Established in 1951, Trinity School is Atlanta’s sole private elementary-only school. Serving children age three through Sixth Grade, Trinity devotes everything—expertise, facilities, resources—to helping children flourish during these critical developmental years. Known for its challenging academics, engaging arts program, state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor learning spaces, and community that cares like no other, Trinity has a unique and balanced approach to education. We cherish the magic of childhood, encouraging students to try things they never imagined and cheering mightily when they succeed. In addition to strong foundations in math, language arts, science, and social studies, students are given an abundance of choice—in art, community service, engineering and design, technology, World Languages, music, and physical education—always with the support of teachers who are experts in elementary education.
Extended Programs at Trinity
Each day, our students explore, discover, and grow together through structured activities and play during Extended Programs (a.k.a. EP), Trinity's robust after-school program. Our team is comprised of outstanding educators who are committed to providing an engaging experience that is a true extension of the Trinity school day.
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Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade C
- Good for Familiesgrade A
- Housinggrade B minus
Trinity School Reviews
What sets Trinity apart is the singular focus on elementary school. They are the elementary school experts, and the school to which other top ranked national schools look to.
After four years at Trinity, with two very different children, the data driven but very warm personal touch of the teachers fosters a love of learning, a curiosity about the larger world, and the problem solving mind of a leader in each child. Beyond the exceptional academics the experiences available are incredible; singing at Carnegie Hall, National Chess Champions, virtual reality visits to Tokyo and Paris, chatting personally with olympic athletes and national award winning authors and nasa scientists, this is the type of school which makes childhood dreams a reality.
Very weak placement program for middle school. One of the biggest weakness of this school. If your a family with connections, not a big deal, but if you aren’t “connected”, placement can be extremely difficult. You’re choices are very limited. It’s the main reason more than half of the 5th grade leaves and even some fourth graders.